|A Colt Is My Passport|
(Koruto wa ore no pasupooto)
A Colt Is My Passport (Japanese: 拳銃は俺のパスポート; Koruto wa ore no pasupooto) is a 1967 Japanese movie.
The following weapons were used in the film A Colt Is My Passport:
WARNING! Major spoiler
Beretta Model 70
A Beretta Model 70 is the Shûji Kamimura's (Jô Shishido) firearm of choice. One of the Shimazu's thugs fires Beretta Model 70 during the final shootout. Shun Shiozaki (Jerry Fujio) holds suppressed Beretta Model 70 on the movie poster and promo shots, but note at the complete movie. The single movie prop was used. Note, that the Beretta has a cross-bolt safety that was used only for a short time before is was replaced with thumb-activated frame-mounted safety that is seen on the most Model 70s.
Beretta Model 70 - .32 ACP
Shûji pulls his Beretta at the shooting range.
A slightly other view of Shûji's Beretta.
Shûji threatens Mina (Chitose Kobayashi) with his Beretta.
Shûji checks his Beretta.
Shûji holds the Beretta during the finla shootout.
Thug (2) aims his pistol during the final shootout.
Shun Shiozaki (at the left) aims his Beretta on the promo shot. Shûji (at the right) aims a Smith & Wesson.
A cropped movie poster with the same scene.
Shun Shiozaki (at the left) holds the Beretta on the promo shot.
Miyoshi (Akio Miyabe) uses heavy customized Luger P08 throughout the movie. It's obviously replica, like Japanese Modelguns.
Miyoshi checks his Luger at the film beginning.
A perfect view of the barrel.
Miyoshi loads his Luger...
...and fires it at the shooting range. The jointed arm wouldn't move when the pistol fires, so, the muzzle flame is a typical flashpaper effect..
Miyoshi aims his Luger during the final shootout. It's impossible to attach the sniper scope such way on a real Luger.
The another view of the same scene. Note, that the "cylinder" lacks any chambers.
FN Model 1910
A suppressed FN Model 1910-style pistol appeared in the hands of Shimazu's thug (Hiroshi Chô) at the one point. One of the Shimazu's thugs fires similar pistol during the final shootout. The single movie prop was used. The screen gun has raised sights that doesn't exist on original FN Model 1910, so, it's most likely Japanese Modelgun replica.
Thug holds Shûji Kamimura and Shun Shiozaki at gunpoint.
The another view of the same scene.
A slightly other view of his pistol.
Colt Government Model
Hitman (Kôjirô Kusanagi) can be seen using a Colt Government Model. One of the Shimazu's thugs fires Colt Government Model during the final shootout. The single movie prop was used.
Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Hitman pulls his pistol...
...and attaches the suppressor.
Hitman attaches the buttstock to his pistol.
Hitman runs, pistol in hands.
Thug (1) aims his pistol during the final shootout.
Chisaki (Hideaki Ezumi) pistol-whips Shun Shiozaki (Jerry Fujio) with the Mauser HSc.
WWII Nazi German produced Mauser HSc - .32 ACP (7.65x17mm)
Chisaki draws his pistol.
The grip of Chisaki's pistol is seen from the left...
The rear part of the pistol is seen.
The pistol is seen at the top, center.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snub Nose
Shûji Kamimura (Jô Shishido) holds a Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snub Nose on the movie poster and promo shots, but note at the complete movie.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 snub nose revolver - .38 Special
Shûji (at the right) aims a Smith & Wesson on the promo shot. Shun Shiozaki (at the left) aims his Beretta.
A cropped movie poster with the same scene.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
Miyoshi (Akio Miyabe) fires a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun to check the bulletproof glass.
1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
Miyoshi investigates the shotgun.
Note the lack of the hammers.
Miyoshi holds his shotgun.
Browning 12 Gauge O/U Shotgun
Shûji Kamimura (Jô Shishido) armed himself with the Browning 12 Gauge O/U Shotgun during the final shootout.
Browning O/U shotgun - 12 Gauge
Shûji grabs the shotgun from the bag...
Shûji holds the shotgun during the shootout.
Stirling Model 20
Shûji Kamimura (Jô Shishido) uses Stirling Model 20 to assassinate Shimazu Sr. (Kanjûrô Arashi).
Stirling Model 20 with the muzzle brake (Squires Bingham production) - .22LR
The rifle is disassembled.
Shûji grabs parts of the rifle...
Shûji attaches the suppressor...
A close view of the mag's port.
A good view of the inserting mag.
Shûji covers, rifle in hands.
During the firing scene Shûji's Stirling Model 20 turns to Howa M300. One of the Shimazu's thugs fires Howa M300 during the final shootout.
Miyoshi (Akio Miyabe) fires a Howa M300 to check the bulletproof glass. He wrongly told, that it's .45 calibre. The single movie prop was used.
The Caliber .30 AOA Howa Autoloading Rifle Model 300
Tsugawa's servant (Chigusa Takayama) holds his rifle at the left. Miyoshi fires double barreled shotgun at the center.
Miyoshi investigates his rifle.
Another view of the rifle in Miyoshi's hands.
The barrel's length is seen.
A perfect view of the front part...
Numerous guns can be seen on the shooting range armory.
At least three rifles or shotguns and at least three Nambu
type pistols can be seen at the background.